Mixed Media Art

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Christine Dumbsky, Leif Peterson, Dolores Poacelli, Xiaoyang Galas, Jean Pierre Marques, Phillip Pradier, Mark Kazav, Wendy Howells, Alexander Ustinoff, Christo Kasabov, Sotiris Sotiriou offering original Mixed Media artworks.


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Christine Dumbsky: 'She s like the wind', 2012 Mixed Media, Music.     3nd part of the quadriptych series ( painting consiting of 4 parts) - picture puzzleThe size of the original painting is approx. 36,62 x 9,85 Inch, acrylic wooden panel. 2012  ...
Music - Mixed Media
36 x 9 inches (91.4 x 22.9 cm)
Christine Dumbsky: 'She s like the wind', 2012 Mixed Media, Music.    2nd part of the quadriptych series ( painting consiting of 4 parts) - picture puzzleThe size of the original painting is approx. 36,62 x 9,85 Inch, acrylic wooden panel. 2012 ...
Music - Mixed Media
36 x 9 inches (91.4 x 22.9 cm)
Christine Dumbsky: 'She s like the wind', 2015 Mixed Media, Music.   inspiriert von dem Lied
Music - Mixed Media
36 x 9 inches (91.4 x 22.9 cm)
Christine Dumbsky: 'Must have been love', 2015 Mixed Media, Music.  inspiriert von dem Lied
Music - Mixed Media
26 x 51 inches (66.0 x 129.5 cm)
Leif Peterson: 'Cloak of Amir', 2015 Mixed Media, Figurative.  Gray Orange Purple Brown White Green Red Back Butt Abstract Expression Impressionism Colors Vibrant Ab- Ex    ...
Figurative - Mixed Media
23 x 18 inches (58.4 x 45.7 cm)
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Dolores Poacelli: 'Black Squares', 2018 Mixed Media, Abstract. Acrylic, oilOilsticks on aluminum on 2 panels...
Abstract - Mixed Media
48 x 24 inches (121.9 x 61.0 cm)
Dolores Poacelli: 'The Blues', 2018 Mixed Media, Abstract. Acrylicoil on aluminum on panels...
, 2018
Abstract - Mixed Media
54 x 18 inches (137.2 x 45.7 cm)
Xiaoyang Galas: 'Save them', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract Figurative.  save them, 60x60cmx3, mixed media, four boards painted, ready to hang up on wall.    ...
, 2013
Abstract Figurative - Mixed Media
60 x 60 cm (23.6 x 23.6 inches)
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Jean Pierre Marques: 'Sunflower', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.
, 2013
Abstract - Mixed Media
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
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Jean Pierre Marques: 'Celebration', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.
Abstract - Mixed Media
19 x 13 inches (48.3 x 33.0 cm)
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Jean Pierre Marques: 'Blue Palm', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.
, 2013
Abstract - Mixed Media
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
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Jean Pierre Marques: 'Creativity', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.
, 2013
Abstract - Mixed Media
8.5 x 11 inches (21.6 x 27.9 cm)
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Jean Pierre Marques: 'Purple Wave', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.
Abstract - Mixed Media
19 x 13 inches (48.3 x 33.0 cm)
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Jean Pierre Marques: 'Mystical Lotus', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.
Abstract - Mixed Media
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
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Jean Pierre Marques: 'Blue Flowers 2', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract.
Abstract - Mixed Media
13 x 19 inches (33.0 x 48.3 cm)
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Jean Pierre Marques: 'On the Vine', 2013 Mixed Media, Abstract.
Abstract - Mixed Media
8 x 11 inches (20.3 x 27.9 cm)
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Jean Pierre Marques: 'Grapes and Wine', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract.
Abstract - Mixed Media
19 x 13 inches (48.3 x 33.0 cm)
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Phillip Pradier: 'birthofosiris', 2005 Mixed Media, undecided.
undecided - Mixed Media
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Phillip Pradier: 'erehwon', 2003 Mixed Media, Abstract.
, 2003
Abstract - Mixed Media
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Phillip Pradier: 'heartandsoul', 2002 Mixed Media, undecided.
undecided - Mixed Media
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Phillip Pradier: 'messageacrosssky', 1998 Mixed Media, Abstract.
Abstract - Mixed Media
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Mark Kazav: 'JAZZ PIANO MODERN ABSTRACT ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING BY KAZAV', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract.      jazz new york music  saxophone     ...
Abstract - Mixed Media
24 x 30 inches (61.0 x 76.2 cm)
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Wendy Howells: 'Sex on the beach', 2014 Mixed Media, Body.   Beach, body, sex, loving, playful                    ...
Body - Mixed Media
36.5 x 24 inches (92.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Alexander Ustinoff: 'What the buzz', 2013 Mixed Media, Fantasy.
Fantasy - Mixed Media
80 x 80 cm (31.5 x 31.5 inches)
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Christo Kasabov: 'FULFILLMENT 2', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract Figurative.  oil, acrylic and oil stick on canavas...
Abstract Figurative - Mixed Media
80 x 58 inches (203.2 x 147.3 cm)
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Christo Kasabov: 'N SEARCH OF A FACE I CAN NEVER FIND ', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract Figurative. oil, acryli cand oil stick on canavas ...
Abstract Figurative - Mixed Media
80 x 58 inches (203.2 x 147.3 cm)
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Christo Kasabov: 'FULFILLMENT', 2014 Mixed Media, Abstract. acrylicand oil stick on canavas...
Abstract - Mixed Media
82 x 58 inches (208.3 x 147.3 cm)
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Christo Kasabov: 'AFTER THE RAIN ', 2007 Mixed Media, Abstract.  acrylic, wooden brush and fabric on canavas ...
Abstract - Mixed Media
48 x 36 inches (121.9 x 91.4 cm)
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Sotiris Sotiriou: 'Untitled 10', 2012 Mixed Media, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Mixed Media
30 x 23.8 cm (11.8 x 9.4 inches)
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Sotiris Sotiriou: 'Darkness at the Edge', 2012 Mixed Media, Abstract Figurative.
Abstract Figurative - Mixed Media
30 x 23.8 cm (11.8 x 9.4 inches)
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    Christine Dumbsky - "Paintings of women" In the best cases they are portrayals of women, by women. However, the artist, Christine Dumbsky from Sommerach, divests this notion of its'perceived pre-set programme that seems often to delve into the realms of Womens Liberation; at least at first sight. Christine Dumbsky's women appear to project the image of wanting to share their world with those outside. In fact, they provoke the viewer to connect with them through the painting by seeming to invite the viewer to touch the sculptural elements included. She does not denegrate her women to objects of male fantasy, and she does not support sexual voyeurism. Because of this, her women retain their secrets but also seem willing and able to share those secrets for the same reason. These are women with yearnings and illusions that wish to be understood. That the artist has a dreamy, romantic streak is not only a pre-requisite for her work, it is also what gives it it`s special charm. Wolf-Dietrich Weissbach (Journalist) ...

    Leif Peterson - Artist Statement In making artwork a part of myself, and in making that art reflect who I am, I have gone through many questions about what my senses of art and self are and should be. What makes me who I am? What do I value? What is my complexion? What drives me as a human being? These are the essential questions which I answer for myself through art. My artwork describes desire, beauty, love restrained by fear, anger, anxiety, aggression. These are the dominant forces that inhabit my psyche. As man I find beauty in the female figure. But along with desire, it invokes an uncertainty, a foreignness that brings fear and all of its inherent reactions. These conflicting emotions are who I am. And they are manifest in my work. I've struggled with the seemingly single-mindedness of my work, but I can't get away from the fact that these are the thoughts and feelings that drive me through a life which seems to lack purpose. Through my artwork, I am able to give meaning to the basic instinctual processes that course through the passages in my body and mind. My artwork is a reflection of ...

    Dolores Poacelli - My general artist statement begins by saying that "Relationships are never easy . . . especially those between color, shape, texture space and tension." No matter what materials I choose to use these relationships always apply. The works in metal are created using aluminum printing press plates that I sand, cut and adhere to wood panels. Basically this series is about energy - creative, biological, emotional and sexual. They are abstract pieces with emotionalized titles such as "Adult Swim" and "Herd Mentality", in an effort to help the viewer "see" the work through metaphor and satire. Many of these pieces are almost interactive - as the viewer walks across the room the play of light changes on the aluminum fragments. More work can be seen on my site: www.poacellifineart.com D. Poacelli...

    Xiaoyang Galas - There is so much darkness and sorrow in this world. I no longer want to paint the dark side... I would like my art to be a contribution to the beauty of this world... I want it to be heart warming for all people... I would like my art to be a message of peace....

    Jean Pierre Marques - When I paint I am in a deep state of awareness, I am in another world, another dimension. I am guided from an invisible force. My mind and body are totally relaxed and as one. Coming from that guided invisible force my creativity flows like a rushing river reaching her goal toward a calming sea. Some paintings come instantly, some take a few hours to a few days and some take a few months depending on when I receive the inspiration of what the painting tells me to do. When the painting is finished I have a wonderful feeling of bliss, an amazing beautiful silence within me and then an exciting desire to share it with the world. My vast personal experience leads me to firmly believe that art, healing, spirituality and metaphysics are complementary. Art, like religion and spirituality, can transform an individual, be it visually, or by being creative yourself. Music, poetry and other artistic creations can affect your heart and soul. Let these paintings touch you in a way that can change your life for the better. ...

    Phillip Pradier - I use a variety of common and quality materials to create painted images for viewers to reflect upon. Using oil, acrylic, chalk pastels and ink, I create spontaneous, one-of-a kind pieces. The intent is to convey an expressive moment in time which is not bound by and which transcends subsequent moments in time. The meaning of the work is as each viewer sees fit. Some see landscape, still life, self-portrait, tribal artifact or room with a view. All views are valid, leaving room for conflict and resolution, chaos and order, good and bad. Each searching, ultimately to find balance. ...

    Wendy Howells - Wendy is a quintessential English artist; she continually inspires others by her originality, creativity and quality. Passion, energy and her love of art appeals to every human emotion. Her childhood and family roots are in the North East of England, her values stem from an industrial and hard working upbringing. Her first sketch was at 9 years old, whilst listening to the radio translating the broadcast to a drawing called the OEvolution of ManO From her origins in the North East, she now lives amidst the natural beauty of the Cotswolds; where she shares her life with her family and grandson Louis Today, her life is enriched with exceptional creative influence, brightening the lives around her. Wendy invests in the social community, thinking of others before herself, sharing her visionary values and learning. Her favourite quote was by Marcus Aurelius: ONatural ability without education has more often raised a man to glory and virtue than education without natural abilityO WendyOs natural ability and credentials reach many, including government MPs, the recent Governor of the Bank of England, Lord Mervyn King and HRH Prince Charles and Camilla, making Wendy an artist you are able to invest in for the future....

    Christo Kasabov - My approach can be described as a New, Conceptual Expressionism. I am using a vast alchemy of materials composed and distributed across the surface in defiance of the very notion of moderation, rationality and order. In my paintings you can see layers of sculptural acrylic structure in which I engrave signs and symbols, numbers and words, inspired from the heritage of the ancient civilizations. My inspiration also comes from the language and the movement of the perfection and beauty of the human body. I use collages from wood, metal pieces or household objects to accomplish and enrich the abstract composition until I achieve the special environment in which everything takes on an artistic language and a philosophical reincarnation, like a trip beyond the horizon towards the exceptional feeling of the material and nonmaterial. The sign in the abstract is both concept and dynamic expression of my spiritual and inner life. It is the leap beyond the realm of what we can see into the realm of the imagination rooted in the human soul. Through the use of evocative color intense dimensional abstractions and architectural symbols, my art reflects the often difficult personal exploration and discovery of my inner spirit. ...

    Sotiris Sotiriou - Sotiris Sotiriou depicts everyday life through the reformation of images originating from the supraliminal and subliminal stimuli present in his mundane life. He consciously selects images in time and space,no matter how essential or unimportant, real or virtual, original or common they are and he transfers them into his paintings, subconsciously mixing them with his memories and dreams in order to create the sense of the grotesque and the unknown. Through the rendition of those new unfamiliar images, he awakes his own senses which have been obscured by routine and he emphasizes the concepts of daily life ideas. His art moves between pop-art and neo-expressionism. He is interested in simplicity, the purity of colors and the pleasant feeling of form-and-color balance. Sotiriou likes comparisons: He is concerned about what is empty and what is full. A balance between the two is important to him. Sotiris Sotiriou was born in Nicosia, Cyprus. He studied Painting in the School of Fine Arts at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece under the supervision of Yiannis Fokas. He has also attented Etching and Photography classes. Most of his works regard the use of acrylic and oil on canvas, but...